The Google Cultural Institute has curated several collections from around the world that you can dive into with your students. You can experience these digital collections through Google Cardboard and they are also accessible on any device. With Google Arts & Culture, students can learn about historical figures, events, places, art movements, mediums, artists, and various projects.
This tool also lets your explore nearby places. Can’t make it over to the Henry Ford Museum? No worries, just take a virtual field trip. Use the Google Streetview feature to pretend you are actually standing there.
Doing a study on JFK? Explore his online exhibits.
Teaching about World War II? Check out artifacts organized in a timeline.
These are just a few things you can learn from this amazing resource. What a great way to supplement learning goals in your classroom!